Russia has increased grain exports to China by 27 times over 10 years - Rosselkhoznadzor

Published Oct 6, 2023

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Russia is increasing its grain exports to China, with volumes growing 27 times since 2014. The Russian Federation aims to gain access to exporting corn and rice to China, and an additional agreement is expected to be signed by the end of the year. There are also plans to expand exports of rapeseed and explore potential supplies of other agricultural products to various countries.
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By the end of the year, supplies of corn and rice from the Russian Federation may be expanded In 2023, Russia is demonstrating record volumes of grain supplies to China, and since 2014 they have grown 27 times, Olga Zakharova, head of the department of internal phytosanitary and land supervision, quality control and grain safety of Rosselkhoznadzor, said during the Golden Autumn 2023 exhibition. According to the presentation, the Russian Federation increased grain exports to China from 131 thousand tons in 2014 to 3.52 million tons by September 24, 2023. Over the entire last year, 2.21 million tons of grain from Russia were sent to China. “This is a great achievement,” Zakharova noted and recalled that in 2022, supplies of spring wheat and barley from the Russian Federation to China were allowed, and this year peas and millet were allowed onto the Chinese market. “We are working very hard to gain access to corn and rice so that China will allow us to supply from the entire ...
Source: Specagro
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